Perennial plant with upright arching stems to 50cm with shiny green leaves. Spreads rapidly by rhizomes. In summer flowers are tubular shaped in hanging bunches 4-8 cm long. The outside of the flower is washed with pink and the inside is spotted with maroon.
This late-flowering herbaceous perennial has gray-green foliage and bears panicles of small, star-shaped heavily scented white flowers from summer to fall, followed by attractive seedheads. Requires support (reaches 3-6 feet).
This bulb produces pale to steel blue flowers in late spring on flower spikes up to almost a meter in height above wavy edged glaucous-green leaves. Grow in moist but well-drained fertile, humusy soil in sun or partial shade.
This spreading subshrub has terminal lance-shaped green leaves and bears green flowers in cymes surrounded by white bracts in spring. The flowers are followed by bright red, spherical fruit. Height 6 inches; spread indefinite. Suits a woodland garden or use as groundcover.
The broadly strap-shaped grey green leaves emerge in spring and die back as the flowers umbels mature and the blooms open in summer. The attractive seed heads persist in the garden or may be cut for dried arrangements.